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DAY, Charles William   


  • Hints on etiquette
  • Subjects: general etiquette,

    • 1. ['Hints on etiquette', [1834]]
      [1834]
      GB:   LB  

      N The BMCat lists the first edition of 'Hints on etiquette and the usages of society, with a glance at bad habits. By ^ Agogos' as published London: for the booksellers, [1834].

    • 2. — Hints on etiquette and the usages of society: with a glance at bad habits. By ^ Agogos. Second edition, with alterations and additions.
      15.0 x 9.5 cm   Pp [1-5] 6 [7-9] 10-72  
      GB:   *LB  

    • 3. — [Fifteenth edition, 1837]
      GB:   LB  

      The BMCat lists a fifteenth edition as published London: Longman & Co 1837.

    • 4. — [Title as 1836] Nineteenth edition; revised (with additions) by a lady of rank.
      17.0 x 10.0 cm   Pp [1-5] 6-9 [10-11] 12-143  
      GB:   *LB  

    • 5. — [Title as 1836] Twenty-fifth edition, revised (with additions). By a lady of rank.
      16.0 x 10.5 cm   Pp [1-5] 6-9 [10-11] 12-143  
      GB:   *LB  

    • 6. — [Twenty-sixth edition, 1849]
      GB:   LB  

      The BMCat lists a twenty-sixth edition as published London: Longman & Co 1849.

    • 7. — [Twenty-seventh edition, 1852]
      US:   DCL  

      The LOC cat lists a twenty-seventh edition as published London: Longman, Brown, Green & Longmans, 1852.

    • 8. — [Another edition, 1866]
      GB:   LB  

      The BMCat lists another edition with the title 'Etiquette; or, a guide to the usages of society with a glance at bad habits...by Count Alfred D'Orsa [or rather by C.D. Day]. To which is added the time theory of the Rhenish or Spanish Waltz, and of the German waltz #2a deux temps. Analyzed and explained for the first time', as published 1866.

    • 9. — Hints on etiquette and the usages of society with a glance at bad habits//by ^ Agogos//illustrated by Brian Robb.
      14.0 x 9.5 cm   Pp [i-viii] [1] 2-68   4 pls col  
      GB:   *LB   LoEN  

      The text is taken from the third edition published in 1836.
      General comments: The Greek pseudonym ^Agogos' means "teacher'.


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